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Posted Friday, February 16, 2018

Objective
This Request for Proposal describes the requirements of The Corporation of the City of Temiskaming Shores to receive proposals from qualified companies for the supply and delivery of three (3) pick-up trucks.
Submission
Submissions may be in hard copy and submitted to the following address:
City of Temiskaming Shores P.O Box 2050 325 Farr Drive Haileybury, Ontario P0J 1K0 Attention: Dave Treen, Municipal Clerk “PW-RFP-009-2018 Supply and Delivery...

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Posted Friday, February 16, 2018

Objective
This Request for Proposal describes the requirements of The Corporation of the City of Temiskaming Shores to receive proposals from qualified architects and sub-consultants to assist in the initial planning for the relocation of the New Liskeard Public Library from its current location at 50 Whitewood Avenue to a former medical office building located at 285 Whitewood Avenue. The existing facility has outlived its functionality and the new location will provide...

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Posted Monday, February 12, 2018

Objective
This Request for Proposal describes the requirements of The Corporation of the City of Temiskaming Shores to receive proposals from qualified companies for the supply and delivery of a piece of equipment to remove snow from sidewalks and other municipal operations.
Submission
Submissions may be in hard copy and submitted to the following address:
City of Temiskaming Shores P.O Box 2050 325 Farr Drive Haileybury, Ontario P0J 1K0 Attention: Dave Treen,...

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Posted Friday, February 09, 2018

The objective of the Request for Quotation is to solicit quotations from experienced and well-established companies for the supply and installation of two (2) slip-in tanks.

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Posted Friday, February 09, 2018

The overall objective of the Request For Proposal is to complete a comprehensive Traffic Impact Study (TIS) for the proposed extension of Grant Drive between Wilson Avenue and a yet to be approved Public Access location along Provincial Highway 65E. As well, the TIS will identify short term and long term transportation capacity deficiencies and evaluate improvements and measures for the corridor, illustrated in Appendix 1, for currently proposed and future potential development.
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